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Whats More Important, Economics Or Life - Poem by one tap tap

What’s more important economics or life?
Equal opportunity or monopoly of rights?

The breaking of global law
National or abroad
Bears no jurisdiction to criminal corporate chords
Music daily played at expense of innocence and wars
One rule for them and another for the poor
In-detrimental to economies precious shores

Corrupt corporations
Are immune to legal action
No repercussion to criminal dedication
A so called free and democratic world
Turning blind eyes to the suffering boys and girls
Of minor importance to economic hauls

For how can this world be just?
When a people suffer acknowledged by us
Judges and trusts
And nothing is done by people lacking guts and nuts
Democratic debate and media cuts
We all see it happening but except its evil
Close our eyes to what’s immoral
A double standard system far from equal
A double standard system far from legal

What’s more important economics or life
Equal opportunity or monopoly of rights?

For it doesn’t take much to open your mouth
Break from the t.v and get off your couch
Spread the word and realise these truths
This world can change through united views.

What’s more important economics or life?
equal opportunity or monopoly of rights?

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 28, 2005



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